Y – YON
Release: Oct 01 – Review: 29 Apr 06
Putting the “coming” back in coming-of-age.
… two impulsive, inexperienced teens, a strife-torn Mexico, several backstories which would kill a horse – and a magnificent rack.
Release: Jun 09 – Review: 9 Oct 09
The Year of Living Safely.
… a missed opportunity, crying in the wilderness like Charlton Heston as Moses; a biblical comedy of pamphlet proportions.
Release: Dec 08 – Review: 29 Apr 09
YES means Mo.’
… Carrey’s return to his forte – that plastic, elastic, bombastic spastic who refuses to grow up.
Release: Jun 19 – Review: 4 Sep 19
… takes many interesting turns, and one gigantic stupid one.
Release: Aug 67 – Review: 19 May 17
Godzilla – South Korea edition.
Whereas GODZILLA was a parable about man’s hubris, YONGARY is about fending off plagiarism lawsuits from Toho Company.
YOU – YOUV
Release: Apr 10 – Review: 28 Jun 10
… Kevorkian. If you know the name, you know the game: euthanasia…
Release: Jun 08 – Review: 14 Jan 10
Political Palestinian-Israeli Zionist Hairdresser Sex Comedy.
… writers Sandler, Robert Smigel and the great Judd Apatow give us ridiculous piled on absurd and nipple-pinched by insane.
Release: Jun 67 – Review: 10 May 20
…but you get endless chances to escape…
James Bond in Japan! Pretending to be Japanese! It’s as horrifyingly racist as you think. And then some.
Release: Jul 55 – Review: 2 Nov 17
It Never Gets Old…
Jerry Lewis, whose whole shtick is “an adult playing a kid,” gets to play an adult playing a kid, in YOU’RE NEVER TOO YOUNG. And Dean Martin, as usual, can’t tell the difference.
Release: Aug 13 – Review: 11 Oct 14
Killing for Dummies.
Assassins of a rich family find that one of their intended victims is conveniently a “survivalist” who can kick their assasses.
Release: Dec 98 – Review: 11 Jan 14
You’ve Got Fail.
America’s Sweethearts, Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan, reunite in this witless romantic comedy and take another giant step towards becoming America’s Retards.
YOUN – YOUT
Release: Mar 16 – Review: 27 Jan 17
The Cramming Chronicle.
Chronicling just one year in the life of seven-year-old Jesus of Nazareth, THE YOUNG MESSIAH still manages to cram more holier-than-thou into this one movie than any three Jesus movies combined.
Release: Apr 11 – Review: 21 Aug 11
… a fast-paced slow-brainer for people who like to hear swear words unsurrounded by actual comedy.
Release: Jan 10 – Review: 2 Jan 11
A dweeb by any other name…
Ill-defined characters populate a trailer trash landscape, with dialogue trying way too hard to be JUNO.